The Galactic Patrol’s high-flying adventures continue in the second movie based on the global best-selling book series from acclaimed author Bruce Coville and Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing. This rip-roaring sequel draws the crew of the Good Ship Ferkel into a web of alien plots that will test their courage to the utmost — and ultimately bring them face-to-face with one of the galaxy’s most guarded secrets.
On their latest mission, the crew of the Starship Ferkel has lost Deputy Rod Allbright’s body! It’s been stolen by B’KR, the most fiendish villain in the galaxy, which leaves Rod’s mind sharing one body with his annoying cousin Elspeth. Stranded on a mysterious alien planet, our young heroes embark on a journey to find the only being who can stop B’KR once and for all, the legendary time-strider himself; Art Allbright – who also happens to be Rod’s dad!
Aliens Stole My Body features creature make-up effects from the Emmy and Academy Award-winning team of artists at MastersFX, headed by Todd Masters (Child’s Play, True Blood, Stargate). Roger Lay, Jr. and Eric Carnagey once again serve as producers and the original film’s cast returns, this time joined by screen legend George Takei (Allegiance, Star Trek, The Green Berets) who provides the voice of the Good Ship Ferkel’s daring pilot “Phillogenous esk Piemondum”.
Families across the galaxy can join the adventure on Netflix beginning May 1! Aliens Stole My Body is also available on DVD and multiple VOD platforms from Universal Pictures. Aliens Ate My Homework, the first chapter in the Galactic Patrol saga, is now playing on STARZ and also available on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital from Universal.